The tour promoters are “gutted”.
The Soundwave alumni are heading back down under.
A war of words has broken out.
Well, the circus came to town and now, just like that, it’s gone again. The Pale Emperor crossed into pirate-infested waters, the world’s most fabulous heavy metal frontman couldn’t find a parking space, and Mother Nature took a huge dump on the city of Sydney. Now it’s time to ice our blisters, moisturise our sunburn
Ministry at the Metro – now that’s a gig Australian fans were not going to turn down. They almost toured a decade ago but cancelled weeks out from their shows, breaking fans hearts everywhere, so this sold-out show was a real treat. Especially for those of us who had given up on ever seeing them
Chicago industrial metal outfit Ministry and England’s Godflesh are the latest to join the Sidewave party today announcing two headlining sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney. The industrial rockers will play Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Tuesday 24th February followed by a headlining show at Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Friday 27th February. It’s been 20 years since
It’s been a long time between drinks for Australia and Ministry, but speaking to the band’s legendary frontman, Al Jourgensen, he still has fond memories of our fair land. With two decades to meditate, our Mike Hohnen asked Al if he’s got a new Aussie bucket list drafted up for the Soundwave 2015 tour. “No,
Al Jourgensen, frontman of Chicago industrial metal outfit Ministry has revealed his people are currently “working on” announcing some sideshows, specifically for Perth and Auckland, when they make their way to country next year as a part of the massive Soundwave 2015 lineup. “They’re working on Perth and Auckland. They’re working on Sideshows,” Jourgensen told
Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen is proving to be more and more of a mad dog by the minute. First he tricks Tool into taking acid, now he’s placed Slayer guitarist Kerry King in his crosshairs, labelling him a “douchebag” in a recent interview. Speaking to Gauntlet, Jourgensen confirmed what many of us already thought, citing
Ministry’s main man Al Jourgensen’s authorised biography has now hit shelves, and has drawn comparisons to tales of excess from noted excessive Ozzy Osborne. A recurring participant in Jourgensen’s adventures is Tool drummer Danny Carey, who was happy to discuss tales from his youth in a recent interview. One such story Carey addressed was an
Ministry have announced plans for their 13th, and most likely final, studio album. We’ve been told that previous albums from the outfit would be their last, but it looks as though it will be the case for From Beer to Eternity as the band’s guitarist Mike Scaccia passed away last year. The 11-track album was
Mike Scaccia, guitarist for Ministry and Rigor Mortis, has died after suffering a seizure on stage, reports Rolling Stone and Pitchfork.
Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was rushed to hospital on Saturday night after he collapsed on stage at the band’s concert in Paris.